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Calvin Harris Beats Out Drake On Forbe’s List Of World’s Highest Paid Celebrities

Forbe's loves a good list, especially when ranking individuals based on their income. That being said, who doesn't. Each year the outlet breaks down industries with what talks – the money. They have just revealed their list of World's Highest Paid Celebrities. Obviously, the top spots were taken by those one might expect – Floyd Mayweather, George Clooney, and Kylie Jenner took the top three spots all with 2018 earnings of well over $150 million.

Calvin Harris Outearned Drake

Only one electronic music producer cracked the Top 50. Of course, it is none other than Calvin Harris. The legendary producer has pulled down an insane $48 million so far in 2018. This again does not come as a surprise as Calvin has topped Forbe's list of highest-earning DJs for several years in a row.

The list offered a few surprises, one of which being that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson took the #5 spot with $124 million. What really stood out to us was that Calvin outplaces Drake, even after the release of his album which broke streaming records easily upon its release.

I guess Pusha T did do some damage. Kiki do you love me? Maybe she does, just not as much as she loves Calvin.

Check out the full list here.

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